Posted in cruise ships, Cunard Line, Dr. Laurence Miller, Laurence Miller Collection, ocean liners, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library exhibits Tags: French Line, Union Castle Mail Steamship Company, White Star Line
Posted in graphic arts, war propaganda, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library collection, Wolfsonian museum library, Wolfsonian-FIU library, World War I, WWI Tags: caricatures, caricaturists, Cartoonists, cartoons, Dutch illustrators, Emperor Franz Joseph (Austro-Hungarian Empire), illustrators, Kaiser Wilhelm II (Germany), Louis Raemaekers (1869-1956), Professor Sean Hermanson, propaganda, Sultan Mehmed V (Ottoman Empire), Truth and Propaganda, war, war artists, World War (1914-1918)
Posted in Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian museum library, Wolfsonian-FIU library Tags: Danish books, Danish librarians, Denmark, Miami Dade Public Library System
Posted in Anti-Nazi propaganda, colonial propaganda, colonialism, Ethiopia, Fascism, FIU students, Florida International University students, Mellon curriculum development grant, political art, promotional materials, propaganda arts, Wolfsonian library, World War II, WWII Tags: anti-fascist movement, Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), Boro-Talco powder, Broadsides, commercial advertising, fans, Federico-Antonio Carasso (alias Fred Deltor), Jon Mogul, Lidice massacre (Czechoslovakia), persuasive arts, Professor Sean Hermanson, propaganda, Regina Bailey, satires, Sheet music covers, Truth and Propaganda
Posted in Christopher DeNoon, FIU students, Florida International University, Italy, New Deal (1933-1939), New Deal era, Wolfsonian-FIU library, Wolfsoniana, WPA Tags: Benito Mussolini (1883-1945), Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1882-1945), Genoa (Italy), Professor A. Douglas Kincaid, The Christopher DeNoon Collection for the Study of New Deal Culture, Wolfsoniana (Genoa Italy), workers
Posted in Adolf Hitler caricatures, Anti-Nazi propaganda, Harald Engman, playbills, Wolfsonian library, Wolfsonian library exhibits Tags: Denmark, Matthew Abess, Miami-Dade Public Library, Michigan Opera Theatre, Opera, poetry, Rewriting the World
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